The majority of Ukrainians have little trust in the president, government and legislature, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology Feb. 1 survey runs.
Pres Poroshenko is trusted by 12.7% of Ukrainians against 69% without confidence in the incumbent.
The government is trusted by merely 9.5% of the pollsters say, with 72.8% without any trust in the cabinet.
Rada has the lowest trust, with only 5.3% trusting it and 82.1% disapproving.
The church, volunteers and army have the largest trust, with the media in 6th position.
Trust in the army has increased considerably in the past year, with over half of Ukrainians supporting the army.
Ukrainians have much less confidence in the law enforcement, the survey runs.